Community groups are finding it “virtually impossible” to secure insurance for new playgrounds.
Noise complaints regarding an Ennis pedestrian crossing have been lodged with Clare County Council.
Ennis councillors have cautioned that a section in the northern side of the town would limit the functionality of the West Clare Greenway if improvements are not put in place.
River levels in Ennis are among the most examined in the county, a senior engineer in the county has declared.
Renewed appeals have been issued to tackle speeding on a busy ‘connector road’ by Ennis councillors.
Library management in Ennis are hopeful of introducing sign language classes.
Severe job losses are feared to hit the forestry sector if a backlog in the allocation of timber felling licenses is not dealt with while Clare councillors have maintained the estimated two year delay will affect all households.
Elevated rates of local property tax will remain in Co Clare next year while calls for the Government to refund the Council’s spend on COVID-19 measures have also been made.
Fears of potential “serious flooding” exist among residents in an Ennis estate following the dumping of construction waste.
Pedestrian safety and traffic calming measures have been requested for a busy commuter section on the outskirts of Ennis.